- Directed by – Josh Farrell
- DoP –
Julian DeaneJon Morby
- Boom Operator – Bamba Diop
- Camera – (Josh’s Friend)
Josh’s shoot was the easiest to get to by far, just a mile down the road from my house. The snow caused problems for some of the crew (notably Julian who dropped out at the last minute due to fears over trains), although Orlando made it in and he lives in the same area as Julian.
During the day I saw some flashes of brilliance in the directing, mainly editing in camera (which I think Josh’s friend, who is also editing this, had guided Josh on in their rehearsal a week earlier).
There were some logistical issues in Josh’s kitchen due to a huge centre console, however, we worked around them.
As Julian pulled out at the last minute, Josh asked me to step in and act as DoP/Cinematographer, which I was more than happy to do.
We got to use fairy lights, and Josh’s redheads which he’d acquired on eBay a week earlier.
I brought my sound gear, including my brand new Rode NTG4+ which I had literally only taken delivery of the day before (Julian had been scheduled to bring boom pole and an NTG2)
The shoot went well, it seemed like a cast of thousands, all very well choreographed and scheduled.
Hat tip to Josh, with rehearsing the week before, and pulling in some professionals to steer the ship whilst also employing several HND students, the whole thing went very well and was a fun shoot to be on.